Easy Foreman Grill Pork Chops Recipe

Easy Foreman Grill Pork Chops Recipe

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Easy Foreman Grill Pork Chops Recipe
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Grilling pork chops on your Foreman Grill is easy and delicious. Pork chops are very versatile and can be prepared any number of ways with ease. We recommend using center-cut boneless chops, cut to 1/2″ to 3/4″ thick for your Foreman Grill, to produce optimal results. Preheating your Foreman Grill for preparing preparing pork chops is essential as it sears in the flavors.


  • 2 center cut boneless pork chops (1/2″ – 3/4″ thick)
  • Kosher salt to taste
  • Fresh ground pepper to taste
  • 1 tsp olive oil

Total time: 17 minPrep time: 10 min – Cook time: 7 min


Brush pork chops with olive oil and season to taste with salt and pepper. Additional seasonings of your choice can be added at this point.

Preheat your George Foreman Grill for at least 5 minutes on high. Grill pork chops for 6-8 minutes (internal temperature of 145 F cooked to medium). When done, they should be slightly pink in the center.

Pork chops are complimented well with side dishes of rice and fresh vegetables.

Comments: 15

  1. Bret - April 14, 2015 at 2:25 pm Reply

    Kosher salt? Really? It’s PORK chops… I’ll just use my… sea salt and sans pepper
    I also ‘carefully’ slot the thicker chops for stuffing and slice green onions lengthwise and place them into the slot before grilling. If you cut off the longer green portion, you can chop them up you can add them in a salad to go with them or into a baked potato with butter and sour cream.
    I just love a bite of pork chop with a bite of green onion at the same time. If you marinate those chops with a little blend of Worchester sauce, red wine over night in the fridge, and lightly sprinkle on some chopped or ground thyme when ready to grill. This makes it tastier, more tender and more moist to eat.

    • A Poor - August 22, 2015 at 5:59 pm Reply

      Agreeing with Bret, I don’t think you need to use kosher salt unless you’ve got a rabbi to bless your pork, too. Hilarious.

      On the other note, I can’t wait to make this for my kids.

      • Hodor - August 26, 2015 at 9:51 pm Reply

        ….sea salt and kosher salt are close to the same thing. It’s not literally “kosher” salt, it’s “koshering” salt anyway. Good grief guys, educate yourselves before you make yourselves look like idiots.

        • MoMo - July 1, 2017 at 8:54 pm Reply

          They already did a good job of that! I about choked on my water when I was reading their comments…lol!

        • Matthew E - May 17, 2018 at 4:29 pm Reply

          Read the back of a morton’s kosher salt box. Chef’s prefer coarse kosher salt for cooking it is actually very different than your table salt. You can notice the difference between kosher dill pickles and regular, right? There, now the “uneducated” have done some educating…

        • Chris Wright - November 5, 2018 at 6:11 pm Reply

          cmon hodor, it looks funny, kosher salt on pork chops… hehe…… lighten up man!

    • Drew - September 10, 2015 at 1:45 pm Reply

      Kosher salt is used by cooks because of its texture, not because it is specifically kosher friendly.

  2. Julia - March 11, 2016 at 3:29 pm Reply

    I cooked this last night & it was really good!

  3. Junior Chef - August 25, 2016 at 4:13 pm Reply

    I absolutely love cooking, me and my family eat a lot of pork chops so the original taste gets old really fast, this recipe sounds good

  4. James W - February 28, 2018 at 9:52 am Reply

    Gonna try this tonight. Thanks everyone!!! And I’m cracking up while reading the kosher salt comments

  5. Mary - April 13, 2018 at 3:23 pm Reply

    Brent will no doubt have a seizure when I mention I’m going to use Pink Himalayan salt with black pepper and garlic flakes then. You all are too funny.

  6. Froggie Doodle - April 22, 2018 at 6:32 pm Reply

    Very easy recipe to follow. Used kosher salt !! lol Pork chops came out very tender. Last ones I sauteed in a cast iron pan were too tough. I will go back to this method. Thank you!

  7. R. Blaize - May 26, 2018 at 5:37 pm Reply

    Kosher salt is used by chefs because of the grain size. Kosher dill pickles have nothing to do with the salt, it’s the copious amounts of garlic used in making them. The name “Kosher dill” comes from the large amount of Jewish delis in New York, and their traditional recipe calls for lots of garlic. There are plenty of dill pickle recipes that do not call for garlic.

  8. Beth Gay - August 17, 2018 at 5:22 pm Reply

    OK folks…I’ve used this recipe all my life and it is always wonderful and a bit different from other pork chop recipes. And, it’s EASY. All you do is use one of those oblong baking pans…spray pan with a bit of olive oil. Put a pan-full of pork chops in the pan. Put salt, pepper and whatever other flavoring you like on the chops. Then, pour milk (yes, milk) over the pork chops until they are covered. Put in a 350 oven and let them stay there until the milk is absorbed. That’s it. It’s an old Southern recipe..which has stood the test of time.

  9. Amber Perez - August 19, 2018 at 2:37 pm Reply

    I’m looking for different recipies to cook my pork. How about we not argue about kosher salt and just comment on some recipies u all have tried and liked. Thanks!!

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